The Wind on the Haunted Hill - Grammar: Present Perfect Tense and Questioning sentence.

Understanding Present Perfect tense. Learning questioning sentence for present perfect tense.

Learner's Guide

 

What is Tense?

 

 

Present Perfect Tense:

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Which of the following sentences are written in present perfect tense?
  1. I have completed the homework
  2. I had completed the homework
  3. I completed the homework
  4. I will complete the homework
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Answer:

1. I have completed the homework

 

 

How to ask whether someone has done something before now?

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Complete the following sentence using present perfect tense to ask question?

_________ they ever ___________(play) football ______

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Answer:

Have they ever played football ?

 

Sentence to ask someone whether they have completed something before :

Have/Has + Subject + V3 + Object ?

 

 Subject  Have/Has
 You, They, We, I, Dogs, People  Have
 He, She, It, Ram, Dog  Has

 

Use "Have you ever" to ask question whether the person has done action mentioned in the picture atleast once before

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Answer:

Sentence to ask someone whether they have completed something before atleast once:

Have/Has + Subject + ever + V3 + Object ?

 

 

In the given example:

Subject = you

Verb = visit (visited = 3rd form)

Object = The TajMahal

 

So the sentence is:

Have you ever visited the Tajmaha?

 

 

Use "Have you ever" to ask question whether the person has done action mentioned in the picture atleast once before

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Sentence to ask someone whether they have completed something before atleast once:

Have/Has + Subject + ever + V3 + Object ?

 

 

In the given example:

Subject = you

Verb = cook (cooked = 3rd form)

Object = Biryani

 

So the sentence is:

Have you ever cooked biryani?

 

 

Use "Have you ever" to ask question whether the person has done atleast once before?
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Sentence to ask someone whether they have completed something before atleast once:

Have/Has + Subject + ever + V3 + Object ?

 

 

In the given example:

Subject = you

Verb = watch (watched = 3rd form)

Object = a horror film

 

So the sentence is:

Have you ever watched a horror film?

 

 

Use "Have you ever" to ask question whether the person has done action mentioned in the picture atleast once before

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Sentence to ask someone whether they have completed something before atleast once:

Have/Has + Subject + ever + V3 + Object ?

 

 

In the given example:

Subject = you

Verb = play (played = 3rd form)

Object = ten pin bowling

 

So the sentence is:

Have you ever played ten pin bowling?

 

 

 

Use "Have you ever" to ask question whether the person has done action mentioned in the picture atleast once before
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Answer:

Sentence to ask someone whether they have completed something before atleast once:

Have/Has + Subject + ever + V3 + Object ?

 

 

In the given example:

Subject = you

Verb = go (gone = 3rd form)

Object = swimming

 

So the sentence is:

Have you ever gone swimming?

 

 

Tip: Think before answering.

  • An action has just finished, which of the following sentence will be used in describing it?

    1. Present Simple Tense
    2. Present Perfect Tense
    3. Present Continuous Tense
    4. All
    Difficulty Level: Moderate

    Present Perfect Tense

  • Teacher have not graded the answer sheets.

    Is above sentence correct?

    If not what needs to be changed?

    Difficulty Level: Moderate

    Above sentence is not correct.

    Teacher is first person singular so instead of "have", "has" needs to be used.

     

    Correct Sentence:

    Teacher has not graded the answer sheets.

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